Pacific Electric Trail Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

Pacific Electric Trail Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony; image by Steve Crise

Pacific Electric Trail Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony; image by Steve Crise

The City of Rancho Cucamonga, California, celebrated the re-opening of the Pacific Electric Trail (built upon the former PE right-of-way throughout the city) on December 7, 2011, at the trailhead at Foothill Boulevard and Baker Street. A group of local dignitaries appeared for the ribbon cutting as part of the opening of the new pedestrian/bike/horse bridge crossing Foothill Blvd. The old PE bridge and original PE rail have been partially preserved as part of the trailhead park environment.

Pacific Electric Railway Historical Society Photo by Steve Crise

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  • G.J. Hawkins
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    Where did the real Los Angeles go to? To many changesand upheavels.

  • Bob Davis
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    Duarte has had a “PE Trail” for about 30 years now. Part is paved for bikes and part is dirt for horses. Back before it became an official trail, my daughters used it for a path to school.

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